That’s life in sequins.
Found this cardigan at the antique fair where I found my men’s battledress jacket.
My jeans are Rock and Republic, but every time I wear them I think of Mr. Green Jeans. (Did you grow up watching Captain Kangaroo? Was that just a Canadian thing?)
Beezie requested close-ups of these boots (they’re the same ones as in this post, they just don’t slouch as much when I’ve tucked jeans into them). So, my friend, here you go.
Comfiest boots ever.
Wow! I luv this cardigan, you should model because you’re sooo fashionably fab in everything you wear!
Also you just have this incredible style – I luv it !!!
And I improve my english thanks to your blog… I can’t translate “jazzle” Did you invent the word ? Nice sequins top anyway.
Ah, I’m loving your bling! And it makes a great contrast to the earthy colors of the jeans and boots. Really enjoyed those photos of Istanbul in your last post too… the Blue Mosque was pretty much my favorite as well.
P.S. You’re on my blogroll too. I’ve been meaning to do it forever actually… I can’t believe it took so long!
Agreed, I’ve worn them a few times…
:O Your cardigan looks SO amazing, and I love the boots!
Gerri — I’m blushing. Thank you.
la flore — definitely made up “jazzle” — feel free to make up your own French translation.
haute — wasn’t the Blue Mosque the most gorgeous thing in the world? I miss hearing the calls to prayer.
Rissa — I suppose it’s only fair given how often I nab your footwear.
Dapper — thanks man!
You win for best blog post titles!! Your prize? I’ll think of something:-)
Oh, love those boots. & the razzle is nicely subtle–a great look.
We happily watched Captain Kangaroo in the U.S. too :-) Love the cardigan.
that cardigan is perfect! love your blog:D